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post #10487 of 15360

Love the scarf.. any deets?

 

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Is everyone too lazy to type "details" or "more info"?
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Is everyone too lazy to type "details" or "more info"?

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post #10490 of 15360
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Is everyone too lazy to type "details" or "more info"?

GET MAH TEH DEETZ ON YER JAWNZ SHOREBRO!!
post #10491 of 15360
Since I got a few PMs about my jacket in the last post and didnt post any deets; its a barbour pegasus.
post #10492 of 15360
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Is everyone too lazy to type "details" or "more info"?

 

Stop being a wuss and get with the program - from now on, instead of "more info", I'll just be saying "mo fo". 

 

Instead of "Hey IST, I really like those corduroy trousers, Would you be so kind as to let me have more information on them at your convenience please?",

 

I'll be saying "IST, diggin' the cord pants. Mo fo!"

 

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Edited by clarinetplayer - 11/29/12 at 10:54am
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My first post of a fit so be kind, and excuse the tucked in flap on the right pocket, I didn't notice it until the middle of the day. shog[1].gif

700700

post #10495 of 15360
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Originally Posted by David Ariel View Post

My first post of a fit so be kind, and excuse the tucked in flap on the right pocket, I didn't notice it until the middle of the day. shog[1].gif

700700

I like the shirt and tie, the jacket shoulders look good but you could probably have the chest and waist taken in a half an inch or so.  Just my 2 cents, otherwise great outfit!

post #10496 of 15360
^ I'll take a quick stab at this and other may disagree but I think the most important and easiest fix here would be to untuck the pocket flap on your right pocket....it is really distracting overall. plain.gif

ok.... srsly you should just wear a navy sport coat with this... the patterns and scales of the shirt and tie look fine and with the (cream? off-white?) pants a navy SC would be perfect. The coat just screams "orphan" suit coat. I would tame that PS a tad, a little "poufy" for my tastes but for a first fit it is by no means terrible. Just a tip if you can try to get better lighting in pix such as the first it will be easier to critique your fit! Good post... welcome to SF!
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I like the shirt and tie, the jacket shoulders look good but you could probably have the chest and waist taken in a half an inch or so.  Just my 2 cents, otherwise great outfit!

Yeah I have lost 20lbs, 205 to 185, since I purchased it and have been meaning to get it taken in. 

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^ I'll take a quick stab at this and other may disagree but I think the most important and easiest fix here would be to untuck the pocket flap on your right pocket....it is really distracting overall. plain.gif
ok.... srsly you should just wear a navy sport coat with this... the patterns and scales of the shirt and tie look fine and with the (cream? off-white?) pants a navy SC would be perfect. The coat just screams "orphan" suit coat. I would tame that PS a tad, a little "poufy" for my tastes but for a first fit it is by no means terrible. Just a tip if you can try to get better lighting in pix such as the first it will be easier to critique your fit! Good post... welcome to SF!

 

I guess this jacket fits into the not "odd" enough category. Unfortunately, it never had a matching pant.

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Unfortunately, fashion designers seem to have decided that pin- and chalkstripes are acceptable odd-jacket fabrics.
post #10499 of 15360
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Unfortunately, fashion designers seem to have decided that pin- and chalkstripes are acceptable odd-jacket fabrics.

chalkstripes should be burned, but he could pull that pinstripe with a solid shirt.
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chalkstripes should be burned

In what context? Chalkstripe flannel suits can definitely work.
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